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Historical museum walks people through history

April 3, 2014 The Lycoming County Historical Museum is a treasure full of local history waiting to be discovered. Located at 858 W 4th St. more »»

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Homicide trial begins on Monday

April 19, 2014 The homicide trial of a man accused in connection with the fatal shooting of another man in Williamsport’s Flanigan Park nearly two years ago is set for Monday in Lycoming County Court. more »»

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June 25, 2013 Send Letters to the Editor to letters@sungazette.com. more »»

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Fairfield Manufacturing - 38 years on

January 6, 2014 Thirty-eight years ago, Ray Marshalek started Fairfield Manufacturing, a Montoursville machine shop. Like any prospective business owner, he took a chance and years later he hasn’t regretted it. more »»

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Muncy Homes sees stronger 1st quarter, hoping for a good year

April 13, 2014 Things were booming at Muncy Homes, Inc. in 2007. The modular home business near the village of Clarkstown built more than 1,800 homes that year. The U.S. more »»

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Interior Construction finds niche

October 8, 2013 Ron Hine couldn’t be happier as owner and operator of Interior Construction Specialists. He likes how far the company has come, mostly through the efforts of loyal and hard-working employees. more »»

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Everett, Baker support gas royalty bill

March 13, 2014 Landowners leased with natural gas companies aren’t getting nearly the royalties they thought they would due to exorbitant post-production fees, and Chesapeake Energy Co. more »»

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A WORLD VIEW

April 8, 2014 Despite living in a time of the greatest advances in medicine and science, much of the world’s population continues to be sick and/or unhealthy, according to a noted health care expert. Dr. Susan J. more »»

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One Life to Love

April 12, 2014 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Chris Pick is a singer/songwriter, missionary and advocate for the persecuted church and Native Missionary Movement. more »»

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Pennsylvania Senate passes bills to protect royalty owners

April 12, 2014 A trio of bills expanding the rights of landowners who are leased with natural gas companies passed the state Senate with an overwhelming majority this week. It awaits a House vote. State Sen. more »»

Health

EASE THE PAIN

April 15, 2014 There’s help for migraine sufferers. And it doesn’t mean swallowing a pill, taking an injection or adopting some special die. more »»

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Projects to be paid for with $724K in gas impact fees

April 17, 2014 Revenue from natural gas impact fees will be poured into streetscape improvements around the Memorial Homes housing complex and Reach Road at the city’s industrial park. more »»

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'An unfinished education'

April 19, 2014 Al Sever is a man passionate about life and death because he has experienced both in dramatic ways. Sever, of Loyalsock Township, was an eager 18 year old in 1966. He enlisted in the U.S. more »»

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DRILLING FOR THE TRUTH

June 20, 2013 Wednesday night, the anti-gas film “Gasland II” screened in front of an audience of 625 people. “FrackNation,” a pro-gas film which showed simultaneously, only had 17 people in attendance. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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